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    cuitao405 is offline Junior Member
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    Default How to control the maximum number of mail can send

    I install the zimbra recently. it works fine.
    only one problem. one person use the system send thousands of spam from it. so how can I control the number of mails per user can send per day.
    or how many receivers the user can send to perday?

    Thanks

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    Hosting a spammer on your server will likely get you blacklisted sooner or later however many emails he/she sends.

    [SOLVED] recipient limit or max recipients
    Last edited by uxbod; 07-14-2009 at 11:37 AM.
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    Thank you for your reply . we definitely hate spammer.

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    Easiest way to control it? Take their account away.

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    i have locked their account. but they can still register another one.

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    is there a way we can locked their ip address?

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    How are they registering a new one? Are they creating new accounts via the admin console?

    You could block their IP using a firewall, but they probably would just change their IP if they know enough to just add another email address..

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    i also use joolma, they can register through joolma.

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    Hi All,

    I want to restrict my zimbra users to send only 500 emails per day. can anybody help me on this issue. I am using zimbra 6.0.12 32 bit version.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yogesh2tech View Post
    I want to restrict my zimbra users to send only 500 emails per day. can anybody help me on this issue. I am using zimbra 6.0.12 32 bit version.
    Have you looked at some of the other threads in the forums on this subject or postgrey (for example)? It would also be useful if you didn't add your post to a thread that's over two years old.
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